Oregon’s coordinated care organizations are getting a raise from the state – about $8 more per Medicaid member per month than they expected to receive in 2018.
Dr. Laura Roberts focused on the ways human interactions and personal stories can illustrate big-picture ideas Tuesday, during remarks she delivered as one of three candidates to replace retiring OHSU President Joe Robertson.
OHSU staff and faculty got their first up-close view Wednesday of Dr. Jay Hess, one of three finalists vying to replace retiring President Joe Robertson.
Barely a year after taking a job as CEO of Oregon Health & Science University’s health care operations, Mitch Wasden has resigned.
Oregon Health & Science University has named the three finalists to replace President Joe Robertson, who last fall announced he would retire at the end of this academic year.
The jugglers on the Oregon Health Policy Board kept their balls in the air on Tuesday as they explored a raft of issues facing the state: expanding and supporting the healthcare workforce; making Medicaid more effective throug
From family physicians to occupational therapists, Oregon faces a shortage of healthcare professionals – and getting the right people trained and deployed to the communities that need them most will require fresh thinking and new approaches from universities, hospital systems, insurance companies
Oregon Health & Science University is moving swiftly in its search for a president to replace longtime leader Joe Robertson, who announced in October that he will retire at the end of this a
No matter what happens in Washington, D.C., Oregon is pushing health reform forward, leaders of state agencies and health-focused legislators told a crowd of more than 250 people who gathered Tuesday morning for the Oregon Health Forum’s panel discussion on Challenges Facing Our Healthcare System